He did it last month, and he did it again on Friday after Dak Prescott continued to decline to say whether he has gotten vaccinated.
The Dallas Cowboys QB not only declined to state his status, he mentioned HIPAA law.
If you are not aware, HIPAA has nothing to do with questions asked and answered by individual players. HIPAA makes health-care providers responsible to the federal government for disclosing private medical information. That is literally it.
In a memo sent to clubs, the NFL said games would only be postponed if required by government authorities, medical experts or NFL commissioner Roger Goodell. If games are moved or canceled due to unvaccinated individuals, teams and players could also face financial penalties.
For players, guaranteed money in contracts can become unguaranteed, and they could be fined under conduct detrimental language.